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Scorpa was established in 1993 and was located near Alés in France. The founders of the company are Marc Teissier and Joël Domergue. They manufactured Trials motorcycles and produced the first model, WORKS 294 in 1994.
The first range of motorcycles produced by the company consisted of Trial motorcycles that ranged from 125cc to 249cc. these were available in two-stroke and four-stroke variations. Other models produced included long-ride models that looked a lot like the SY models range mechanically. The contrast was seen in the tank which was a larger and a seat that allows longer trekking use. The company also included non-conventional models such as the 4-Tricks that was inspired by BMX and the T-Ride.
Scorpa and Yamaha Motor Company agreed and signed on a deal that would see Scorpa use Yamaha’s engines in successive models However, the company made an announcement via its site on the 13th of July, 2009 that it was going bankrupt. In September of the same year, an announcement was made to the effect that Marc Teissier reacquired it. The company was moved to Nîmes from Alés. In 2010, it was expected that a full range of Trials models which would include the TY125 and 250cc two-stroke TY would be produced. The range would also include the T-Ride model.
Later, Scorpa was acquired by Scherpo motorcycles to manufacture two-stroke and four-stroke Trials motorcycles.
- The SY250 SY Racing Model, an appealing, one of a kind, technically superior motorcycle model was produced by the company in 2000.
- In 2002, the Scorpa SY250SY Racing Model was cancelled because of the diminutive size of the competitive bike market. The 250 Long-Ride was introduced to take its place,
- The Tribunal of Commerce based in Nîmes demanded the eradication of Scorpa in 2009 and Scherpo bought the company in autumn of the same year.
- Four-stroke models are built with Yamaha engines while two-stroke ones are built with Scherpo ones.
- The Scorpa brand currently holds an 18% share of the world market and has sold over 10,000 units globally.
- The National Police Academy of Sens elected to use the TY-S 175 model to train their future Motorcycle police officers.
Supported VIN CHECK FOR SCORPA Models
|SCORPA||SY 250 LONG RIDE||2005 - present||1|
|SCORPA||SC||2017 - 0||3|
|SCORPA||SY 250||2004 - present||1|
|SCORPA||TY-S 125 F||2002 - present||1|
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